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November 9, 2019
You can do a Walk the Walls tour and even go into the Vaults under the city which is steeped in history.
August 21, 2019
Southampton town walls are a sequence of defensive structures built around the town in southern England. Although earlier Roman and Anglo-Saxon settlements around Southampton had been fortified with walls or ditches, the later walls originate with the move of the town to the current site in the 10th…
March 17, 2018
Southampton has old crumbling walls all around it from the Old Cities defences
April 4, 2017
Take a 90 minute walk of the medival town including the historic walls and vaults. There is a Ghost walk on the last Wednesday of every month at 8.30pm. see www.seesouthampton.co.uk
December 28, 2015
Historic city walls of Southampton - you can walk along the top!

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